A body of a Zama-Zama was found dumped next to the road in Azaadville Gardens in Krugersdorp West Rand, mind you this is the same area where we actually had a horrible incident happen and the suspects are also terrorizing the community members. With that being said the police conducted raids but all that was simply hype for the media, and we never heard about what happened to the people who we arrested which is a major concern for everyone in the country.
Source: https://twitter.com/EversonLuhanga/status/1574258794267377666?t=OM785W3iumfhxlA9EnsD6A&s=19 This was written on a decomposing Zama-zama body that was found dumped in Krugersdorp. For South African people and residents, the Zama-zamas' activities are starting to become a real nightmare. We continue to see and hear about pointless battles started by these criminals in many communities, some of which result in the unfortunate death of individuals.
The activities of illegal miners popularly known as Zama-zamas in South Africa is no doubt a nightmare to the people of South Africa who are forced to surrender their communities to avoid being lynched by these hoodlums. The violent crime often perpetrated by these hoodlums is a serious one and it has continued to occur unabated despite measures being put in place by South Africans to curtail the excesses of Zama-zamas.
The activities of Zama-zamas is becoming a serious nightmare for the citizens and residents of South Africa. We keep seeing and hearing about unnecessary conflicts sparked by these criminals in different communities, sometimes leading to the tragic death of people. We would recall that two months ago, about eight young South African ladies were gang-raped by Zama-zamas at an abandon mine situated in Krugersdorp.
A post that has awakened South Africans is currently doing the rounds on social media. The body of a zamazama was discovered close to the road in Azaadville Gardens in Krugersdorp West Rand, according to information provided by Beast of News. The deceased man's name and country of origin were written on a sheet of paper that was wrapped around the body in grain bags.
Zama-Zamas at it again. Look what they did in Limpopo that left social media in shook. See pictures.
https://twitter.com/SowetanLIVE/status/1571780829415903232?t=RVmeEDkunyVsEc29HZe-Yg&s=19 Illegal miners dug in a Limpopo woman's yard using heavy equipment. Mahopo Illegal miners arrived with heavy equipment and dug up a Limpopo woman's yard. Bogalatladi is a town in the mineral-rich Sekhukhune area of Limpopo. Illegal mining has caused damage to the town's property.
The Officers from Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department are out to deal with individuals who are hell bent on constituting crime within their jurisdiction. The officers are working hard to ensure that criminals are busted, arrested and prosecuted. This operation became necessary following a persistent increase in the number of criminal syndicates cropping up in every nook and cranny of the city.
We all know that the Zama-Zama are a group of illegal miners operating in South Africa, and just recently one of their leaders, known as Sello, made public statements to the effect that he collects a sizable sum of money from the miners every month. He claims to have more than 9000 miners working out of his camp and has amassed 135 million rands in the process.
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A Limpopo woman's backyard was surrounded by digging after illegal miners showed up with their heavy machinery. A Limpopo woman's backyard was ravaged when illegal miners showed up with their heavy equipment and began digging around her house. Bogalatladi is a town in Limpopo's mineral-rich Sekhukhune district, and this woman is just one of many locals fighting back against the effects of illicit mining after their province and property were destroyed.
Officials from the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Division are there to not set in stone to perpetrate wrongdoings in their locale. Officials make a solid effort to guarantee that lawbreakers are gotten, captured and indicted. This work became significant following the persistent expansion in the quantity of crooks emerging in all aspects of the country.
A Limpopo woman's yard was dug up by illegal miners who came with heavy tools. Bogalatladi is a town in Limpopo that is near the mineral-rich Sekhukhune area. Damage has been done to the town's property because of illegal mining. An investigation has found disturbing videos of unregistered miners carrying assault rifles and flashing cash.
According to the spokesperson for the Gauteng SAPS; Brigadier Brenda Muridili; on Wednesday morning; the police were alerted by passersby; of several bodies scattered on the N1. Muridili said; the bodies were discovered near the N1 highway; between the N17 and Maraisburg off-ramps; Johannesburg; in Gauteng.
Source: https://www.facebook.com/136956534616/posts/10161084616694617/?flite=scwspnss&mibextid=u6sdE0UmPM248HZi Today in the morning multiple bodies belonging to Zama Zamas were found abandoned next to the road in Maraisburg. Police were alerted that there are over five bodies next to the road on the N1. Rushing to the scene they found that the bodies belong to illegal miners who hijacked abondaned mined in the area.
The activities of illegal miners popularly known as Zama-zamas is still on the rise across the country despite actions targeted against them last month due to the gang raping of eight South African girls in the small mining town of Krugersdorp. Ever since the incident took place angry South Africans invaded most of the sites occupied illegally by these criminals and successfully dislodged most of them.
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Mozambican nationals Zama Zamas were apprehended by Blue Hawk Tactical Security in Shaft 7 at Springs Ekhuruleni. Many crimes, including the rape of South African women and the damage of government property, have been committed in South Africa as a direct result of the activities of unlicensed miners.
Trouble looming for illegal miners as SAPS is about to establish a specialised force for them. Illegal mining has been going in South Africa for years now. However, it looks like things have gotten worse as the illegal miners, usually known as Zama Zamas and known to be foreign nationals, have been harassing people in the regions that they are mining.
Gwede Mantashe speaks on the Zama Zamas Gwede Mantashe says illegal mining is a crime and it should be treated as such, yes it is true but how long they have been talking the same thing for the last 28 years. They know that Zama Zamas have always been there but they did nothing about it.
Illegal miners came to a Limpopo woman's yard with heavy digging equipment and started digging, leaving deep trenches everywhere. The woman is from Bogalatladi, a village in the mineral-rich Sekhukhune district of Limpopo. She is one of many people in the province whose homes and land have been damaged by illegal mining.
https://www.timeslive.co.za/sunday-times-daily/news/2022-09-08-hijacked-by-zama-zamas-gun-battles-bombs-force-closure-of-working-gold-mines/?utm_source=Arena+Holdings&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TimesLIVE+Premium+%7C+How+rival+zama+zamas%2C+rogue+soldiers%2C+cops+and+Lesotho%27s+political+parties+work+%27in+cahoots%27+%7C+Hijacked+by+zama+zamas%3A+gun+battles%2C+bombs+force+closure+of+working+mines&utm_term=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.timeslive.co.za%2Fsunday-times-daily%2Fnews%2F2022-09-08-hijacked-by-zama-zamas-gun-battles-bombs-force-closure-of-working-gold-mines%2F Coordinated wrongdoing bunches working kilometers underground in functional, retired, unused, and neglected mines across South Africa's gold reef are answerable for ordinary exchange worth great many rands.
https://www.facebook.com/100057857221334/posts/pfbid07aV93sQqWRdAbqzAQyyNRsaVY8eQ19sMMJYzHVNCwdjy2X4ReTYptMbsqNJkP2vol/ JUST IN | At least 5 bodies have been found in the veld near the Maraisburg off-ramp. It appears the victims have been shot, stabbed and stoned to death. Here is the Scene From N1 Maraisburg off-ramp in Bosmont (Gauteng Province). Indications are that atleast 5 bodies have been found scattered in two separate locations in an open veld near the N1 highway.